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Caring for Senior Dogs | Pupford

May 5th, 2022

Filed under Pet Parenting

Caring for senior dogs can feel like a daunting task at times. As your dog ages, they require a little more love and care. After years of exciting adventures, long walks and tons of snuggle sessions, it can be hard to accept that your spritely pup is now a senior dog. Caring for your furry pal as ... Continue reading

Best Apartment Dogs | Pupford

December 15th, 2020

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Searching for the best apartment dogs? You're in the right place! When you live in an apartment complex it’s important that you keep in mind certain variables of your lifestyle when choosing a dog breed. Having enough space available and the general access to outdoors are two factors to consider wh... Continue reading

Dog Birthday Party Ideas | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Birthdays? Fun. Dogs? Amazing. Dog birthdays = THE BEST. Your dog’s birthday is a cause worth celebrating. We don’t just mean extra belly rubs -- we mean a real party! (although extra belly rubs never hurt.) Throwing your dog a birthday party is a great way to gather your best friends and their ... Continue reading

How to Introduce a Dog to a Baby: 6 Tips for Safe and Successful Introductions | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

Learning how to introduce a dog to a baby can be extremely stressful. In this article, you're going to learn how to make those introductions safe and successful! But before that... Congratulations! Your family is getting a little bigger. With everything on your "before the baby" to-do list, dog m... Continue reading

Worst Dog Training Advice You've Ever Heard | Pupford

February 5th, 2021

Filed under Podcasts

In our private Facebook community, we asked, "what is the worst dog training advice you've ever heard?". And let me tell you... some of the answers were unbelievable! (Some were terribly frustrating to hear as well.) We heard some advice that ranged from inhumane to just plain weird and just about... Continue reading

New Year's Resolutions for Your Dog | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

Filed under Lifestyle + Stories

Now that we're into the new year, humans all over the world are making plans and new goals for a successful and happy 2021. Whether you’re starting a new fitness journey or planning a big career move - it's nice to start things off fresh! Why not include your pup in these plans? In the new year,... Continue reading

Tips for Walking Dog in Winter | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

Filed under Pet Parenting

Did you say go for a walk?! Sure, let’s go! Just have to grab the leash, and a jacket, and a hat, probably a pair of gloves too… It’s true, walking your dog in winter is not as simple as when the weather is, well... not winter. However, it’s still important that our dogs get exercise in the wint... Continue reading

Can Dogs Eat Salmon? Raw, Freeze Dried, Dehydrated & Cooked Salmon Facts | Pupford

June 2nd, 2022

Filed under Health + Wellness

Another burning question we get here more than you may think... can dogs eat salmon? In this article, we will dive deep into the world of salmon for dogs. Because here's the thing, you may not know the whole story about dogs and salmon. If you’re looking for an answer to a specific question, feel... Continue reading

Can Dogs Eat Chicken? The Truth on Raw, Freeze Dried, Dehydrated & Cooked Chicken | Pupford

March 23rd, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

Here's a question I hear quite often, can dogs eat chicken? Bear with me for a second... there's more to this question than you might initially think! When you factor in how it's prepared, what potential benefits your dog can derive, if there are any dangers of chicken, and other important questio... Continue reading

Dog Hypothermia: How to Recognize the Signs & Keep Your Dog Safe This Winter | Pupford

July 30th, 2021

Filed under Health + Wellness

*DISCLAIMER* If you’re reading this and believe your dog is experiencing hypothermia, take them to your veterinarian for immediate care! As we enter the Winter months, the chilling cold is all too real for most of us! Being aware of the signs of dog hypothermia is more important now than ever. Us ... Continue reading